How do we react when we endure hardship? What do we say to God when He keeps us from what we feel we deserve? Read as Leah struggles between relying on Him and becoming embittered.
A single girl shares her humiliating experience with her friend and thinks she figures out why she’s still single.
While on a road trip, three friends discover that one of them is very irresponsible and they’ll be lucky to get to Grandma’s house.
Curt gets a reminder from his wife that sometimes life gets stale and tasteless, but it’s a good thing to have someone recall the memory of God’s goodness.
One friend tries to prevent another friend from giving his wife the worst Valentine’s Day Gift In The History of The World and in the process, they have a conversation about what a gift truly means.
A married couple is about to take the next step in their journey to parenthood, but not without some apprehensions.
A young Christian man and a non-Christian woman (co-workers) invite each other to events at their respective houses. Both are terrified at what sort of event “that kind of person” might throw.
This script about a “dorky” teen trying to win the affections of a popular girl at school is a metaphor for pursing God without regard for what others think.
Veteran married couple, Jack and Jan, have dinner with newlyweds, Todd and Lauren, and good advice abounds.
Jim reminds Bill that at Christmas, there is always hope.
This skit focuses on breaking in a newbie to the artful practice of organizing, cooking and arranging Thanksgiving dinner.
The world’s oldest and most cherished love story just got a little bit awkward.
A group of men gather to discuss their lack of romantic inclinations, when a more evolved member of the group reveals that the secret to romance is simply being there for your wife.
Two wives have a message for their husbands about what they really want for Valentine’s Day.
A talk show host has a popular guest with a big announcement- Cupid is retiring. But when “Cupid” gets a chance to explain, the truth about romantic love comes out.
Several men and one inept wife attend a class on romance hoping to be able to speak the language of love better, but we quickly learn that the teacher has her hands full.
After getting his car stuck in a rut, a husband begins to realize that his marriage is also stuck in a rut…but some ruts are good ones.
A husband and father is trying his best to balance family and work, but he finds that work seems to be his priority and his family ends up suffering for it.
Two former tag-team champion wrestlers feud over something trivial. This skit parallels the futility of the grudges between believers.
Two friends are choosing cards for their wives. One thinks he’s the “wifewhisperer” who knows what women want, but the other just wants to tell his wife what’s in his heart.
Pete finds out his good friend has been texting his girlfriend behind his back. Will they ever be able to get past it?
This script is a Reader’s Theatre that tells the truth about love. This skit can easily be performed memorized or not (use black music stands and have the actors read the script during performance). No blocking is necessary.
Follow Jesus through His ministry as He makes His way to pay the ultimate sacrifice for you and me.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order your spouse like you order a pizza?
Telling others about Jesus is one of those non-negotiable things in the Christian faith. Some of us have our tried and true ways of sharing our faith and others of us just try and wing it. Maybe you don’t have any method at all. Here are just a few of the bad ways we witness.
A stay-at-home mom is desperate to talk to someone other than her baby. She resorts to making friends with a telemarketer.
Paul determines to “put his feet to his faith” after he reads 1 Corinthians 13. But he quickly realizes that showing love, the kind the Bible talks about, in everyday life is a lot harder than what he expected.
Eric Swink (a member of the Skitiots) brings to life a comedy with two scenes of a person trying to deal with the aspects and traits of Love. We see Paul trying to live out the quality’s found in 1 Corinthians 13. The scenes start with a conversation in a local starbucks and ends with an argument with Paul’s wife*. All the while Paul stumbles on making the virtues a reality with strangers and the people closest to him. The comedy has truth and liberty for the ending to make a great point.
Four scenarios are enacted in which people decide they need to Define The Relationship.
1st Corinthians 13: 1- 13 Scripture Reading.
We’ve all made excuses about why we can’t share our faith with others. But here are some very simple examples of how easy it is to be the light of the world.
Larry has a hard time telling the truth. Thankfully a buzzer keeps him in check as he tells of a conversation he had with his daughter.